1. Acupuncture
  2. Advanced Gastroenterology and Nutrition
  3. Audiology
  4. Autism
  5. Bariatric Surgery
  6. Behavioral Health
  7. Billing
  8. Blood Donation
  9. Breast Care Program
  10. Bright Tomorrows Preschool and Child Care Center
  11. Briteside Adult Day Center
  12. Cancer Care
  13. Cardiac Catheterization Laboratory
  14. Cardiopulmonary Rehabilitation
  15. Careers
  16. Center for Advanced Weight Loss
  17. Center for Bone and Joint Health
  18. Center for Endocrine Health
  19. Center for Healthy Aging
  20. Center for Nutrition and Diabetes Management
  21. Central Jersey Regional Memory Center
  22. Child Development Center
  23. Concussion
  24. CPR Training Center
  25. DaVinci Robotic Surgery
  26. Daycare
  27. Developmental Pediatric Associates
  28. Diabetes
  29. Diabetes / Center for Nutrition and Diabetes Management
  30. Diabetes and Endocrine Associates of Hunterdon
  31. Donate Blood
  32. Donate to Hunterdon Healthcare
  33. Early Intervention Program
  34. Emergency Department
  35. Employment
  36. Family Medicine
  37. Family Medicine Residency Program
  38. Geriatrics
  39. Hearing
  40. Hearing Aids
  41. Heart & Vascular Care
  42. Hip Replacement
  43. Home Health
  44. Hospice
  45. How to Make an Appointment
  46. Hunterdon Behavioral Health
  47. Hunterdon Center for Dermatology
  48. Hunterdon County Medication Access Program
  49. Hunterdon County Special Child Health Services Case Management Unit
  50. Hunterdon Family & Sports Medicine at Hopewell Valley
  51. Hunterdon Family Medicine
  52. Hunterdon Family Medicine at Branchburg
  53. Hunterdon Family Medicine at Cornerstone
  54. Hunterdon Family Medicine at County Line
  55. Hunterdon Family Medicine at Delaware Valley
  56. Hunterdon Family Medicine at Highlands
  57. Hunterdon Family Medicine at Phillips-Barber
  58. Hunterdon Family Medicine at Riverfield
  59. Hunterdon Health and Wellness Centers
  60. Hunterdon Healthy Connections
  61. Hunterdon Infectious Disease Specialists
  62. Hunterdon Internal Medicine Associates
  63. Hunterdon Lifeline
  64. Hunterdon Medical Center Foundation
  65. Hunterdon Pediatric Associates
  66. Hunterdon Pulmonary and Critical Care
  67. Hunterdon Reflux and Motility Center
  68. Hunterdon Regional Breast Care Program
  69. Hunterdon Regional Cancer Center
  70. Hunterdon Regional Community Health
  71. Hunterdon Regional Pharmacy
  72. Hunterdon Urological Associates
  73. Hunterdon Women’s Imaging Center
  74. Hunterdon Wound Healing Center
  75. Infusion Services
  76. Integrative Medicine Program
  77. Internships
  78. Knee Replacement
  79. Laboratory Services
  80. Lifeline
  81. Mammography
  82. Maternity
  83. Medical Imaging
  84. Medication Program
  85. Memory Center
  86. Neurodevelopmental Pediatricians
  87. Nursing Services
  88. Nutrition
  89. Pain Management
  90. Palliative Care
  91. Partnership for Health
  92. Pediatric Rehabilitation
  93. Pediatric Speech and Hearing Services
  94. Physical & Occupational Therapy
  95. Physicians
  96. Primary Care
  97. Psychiatric Associates of Hunterdon
  98. Pulmonary Care
  99. Reflux
  100. Sleep Disorders Centers
  101. Speech & Hearing
  102. The Child Development Center
  103. The Early Intervention Program
  104. Thrift Shop
  105. Visiting Health and Supportive Services
  106. Volunteer Resources
  107. Weight Loss
  108. Wellness Centers
  109. Wound Healing
  110. X-ray
  111. Yesterday's Treasures


Marc SandbergMarc Sandberg, MD, FACP, CDE
Medical Director Center for Nutrition and Diabetes Management

Quality diabetes care requires a team approach, and at its core, are well-informed patients and staff. The Center for Nutrition and Diabetes Management provides this opportunity to acquire knowledge of quality diabetes care and disseminate this knowledge to providers and patients. The ultimate goal of our Center is to improve the health and well being of people living with diabetes.

• Top Doc in New Jersey 2005, 2009, 2010, 2011and 2012.
• ADA Northern New Jersey Council President 2006 to present.
• Diabetes Foundation Physician of the Year 2011.


Beverley Manganelli 2011Beverley Manganelli, RD, BS, CDE

In a time where food and nutrition enter into almost every conversation, it is very fulfilling to be able to contribute to promoting safe, healthy nutrition advice to the community. The importance of food in the management and prevention of disease make the old saying "you are what you eat" truer than ever.

• HMC Employee of the Month February 2004.
• Region 2 Co-chair of the NJ Dietetic Association 2008 - 2009.
• Nominating Committee Co-chair, NJ Dietetic Association 2011-2013.

Elizabeth Tursi 2011Elizabeth Tursi, RN, BSN, CDE
Nurse Manager

It is my pleasure to be a part of the Center for Nutrition and Diabetes Management team. It's a privilege to be able to teach you and your family about diabetes care. As a registered nurse, I am your advocate to help, guide, support and give you the knowledge that you need to successfully manage your care. Whether it is a new diagnosis or a change in treatment we can help you through it step by step until you have gained the confidence to self-manage your care successfully. It is a great feeling to see patients feeling confident about their diabetes management and living a healthy life.

 • Member, Sigma Theta Tau International, The Honor Society of Nurses.

 Diabetes Educators 

Roberta Silber, Diabetes Educator at the Center for Nutrition and Diabetes Management in Flemington NJRoberta Silber, RN, MSN, CDE
Diabetes Educator

Being a diabetes educator has allowed me to combine two of the things that I enjoy the most-nursing and teaching-and this combination has allowed me to have a very fulfilling career. As a person with diabetes, I feel I learn a physical, emotional or spiritual lesson from every person with diabetes that I encounter.

I believe managing diabetes without the benefit of education is like trying to get somewhere that you have never been before without directions or a map. I feel my role is not only to provide you with the map, but to help you navigate the obstacles and challenges that arise on the different paths that you may take to control diabetes, and thus empower you to live a life that is as healthy, happy and fulfilling with diabetes as it would be without it.

 • March 2014 Employee of the Month  

Catherine Attridge, RN, CDE
Inpatient Diabetes Nurse Liaison

Working as an Inpatient Diabetes Nurse Liaison allows me to be a part of a special team which will assist you in the self management of your diabetes. The knowledge provided while in the hospital will empower you to take an active and informed role in your personal diabetic care when you are at home.




Community Nutritionists

Paula 2011Paula Hazard, RD, BS, CDE
Community Nutritionist

Food is an important part of our lives for social and health reasons. As a registered dietitian, my goal is to help people learn to eat to maintain their health without feeling deprived of the social aspect of eating. There are many medical conditions which require nutritional management. By teaching lifestyle changes and addressing moderation, people can improve their food choices and be empowered to take control of their eating habits. This can help them manage their medical conditions. Once management of a medical condition is achieved, there is an improved sense of well-being which has a positive impact on overall health and wellness.



Shanti 2011Shanti Kengeter, RD, BS, CDE
Community Nutritionist

My purpose as a Certified Diabetes Educator, specializing in nutrition, is helping people recognize what barriers are blocking them in making healthier food and lifestyle choices.

I celebrate with each person as they discover the increased well-being, energy, confidence and joy that is theirs as they move towards their personal health care goals.

This is what life is really all about...people encouraging and mentoring each other to achieve their fullest potential.

"Our greatest fear is not that we are inadequate, but that we are powerful beyond measure. It is our light, not    our darkness that frightens us." -- Marrianne Williamson 

Kathy Lombardi, RD, BS, CDE Community Nutritionist with the Center for Nutrition and Diabetes ManagementKathy Lombardi, RD, BS, CDE
Community Nutritionist

Food is not only essential to our health, but it is an important part of our lives. In todays world there is so much information about health and food it is hard to know what is accurate. I became a Registered Dietitian to help people understand how to eat well and make sense of all this nutrition information. By teaching our clients I hope we are helping them to understand not only how nutrition will impact their health but what changes can be made to improve it. This is especially true in our clients with diabetes. We educate to empower others to be in control of their lives and nothing is more satisfying than helping our clients reach their goals of improved health and well being.

    • Region 2 Co-chair of the NJ Dietetic Association 2011-2013.

Michelle WrightMichelle D. Wright MS, RD, CDE, CSSD
Community Nutritionist

Nutrition and wellness are the keys to reducing our risk of illness and promoting longevity. My goal as a dietitian is to educate the community about the healthful benefits attained through proper nutrition. Whether I am educating a client with diabetes, hypertension, childhood obesity or those who suffer from eating disorders, my goal is to help them make healthy choices that they will be able to maintain throughout their lives. I believe that your body is the greatest instrument you will ever own and you must take care of it.

     • Region 2 Co-chair of the NJ Dietetic Association 2009-2010.
    • HMC Employee of the Month October 2010.


Velta 2011Velta Soucie, RD, BS, CDE
Community Nutritionist

Working as a nutritionist allows me to help others - by being a teacher, a motivator, and a support person. I enjoy helping people focus and execute their goals for healthier lifestyle habits. Seeing a person feel hopeful and better prepared to make healthier food choices before they leave the office is very important to me.



Department Secretaries

Diana BolanDiana Bolan
Department Secretary

My primary goal is patient satisfaction. From the time I answer your phone call, to checking you in, I want you to have a pleasant and fulfilling experience. I will assist in answering any questions or concerns you may have in a timely and efficient manner. I look forward to providing you with a positive and professional experience at our center.

• 2013 Caught in the Act 4th Quarter Award Recipient


Kathleen Williams

Kathleen Williams
Department Secretary

I strive to serve all of our patients in a courteous, professional, and efficient manner.  I will do my best to answer all of your questions, whether they be on the phone, or in person.  My goal is that every patient would leave feeling cared for, and well-informed.  Along with the rest of the team here at the Center for Nutrition and Diabetes Management, I look forward to providing you with a positive, uplifiting experience.